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Ecological study of Bacillus cereus in rice crop processing. II. Contamination of B. cereus in unhulled, unpolished and polished rice during processing of rice



Ecological study of Bacillus cereus in rice crop processing. II. Contamination of B. cereus in unhulled, unpolished and polished rice during processing of rice



Journal of Antibacterial and Antifungal Agents, Japan 16(3): 115-120



B. cereus was surveyed in unhulled, unpolished and polished samples of rice harvested from rice fields of 6 areas in Gunma prefecture, Japan. B. cereus was isolated from 84 to 97% of the samples taken from each step of rice processing. Bacterial contents decreased in the order, unhulled, unpolished and polished rice products, and logarithmic values of bacterial counts/g were 2.3 +or- 1.4, 1.4 +or- 0.7 and 1.1 +or- 0.4, resp.

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